We always welcome contributions!
Current authors ∞
Join the current authors to write systems tutorials on SysTutorials.
- Eric Zhiqiang Ma (335)
- Weiwei Jia (8)
- jameswarner (4)
- David Yang (3)
- Ethan Millar (1)
- Johnnymorgan (1)
- Thirumal Venkat (1)
- Jesse (1)
- Joseph Macwan (1)
- Aaron Jacobson (1)
Again, contributions are always welcome.
Register an account ∞
If you wish to write one or more articles, it is also a good idea to contact us to discuss your interests.
Introduce yourself ∞
As a small site, what we can only offer for your contribution is link love and credits at current.
After the registration, please go to your profile and change the “Display name publicly” and “Biographical Info”.
The “Display name publicly” will be displayed as the author name. “Biographical Info” will be the short bio after your posts. It can contain links to your website/blog/homepage for link love.
Formatting the posts ∞
We use the BlogText which is a wiki-like syntax to write posts and pages. This syntax is easy-to-learn and fast-to-type. These two following links may help you quickly get familiar with it.
Notes about post editing ∞
One common issue about post editing here is about code snippets inside of the post content.
- You do not need to escape your code snippet having characters like
>if the code is put inside of
- You can just copy and paste the code plain text to the block between
}}}and you code will look just like what it looks in your text editor and the program will automatically escape it for you when the post is displayed.
If you are writing plain text (not inside of
}}}), you still need to escape your code snippet.
For example, to write a line of
#include <stdio.h>, you can just write
You do not need to worry about the
< or translate it into HTML code manually.
Hope this feature makes writing with code snippets easier.